if you’re looking to make a textbook transaction from our site that does not qualify for free shipping, you can simply add any piece of college apparel to reach a $59 total, and have the whole order shipped for free
Lexington, KY (PRWEB) November 28, 2011
Beginning Cyber Monday, eCampus.com will provide a textbook example of money-saving economics: any apparel item from its new online store ships for free.
The online textbook retailer began selling more than 40,000 items of college apparel earlier this month, and now the popular the site will ship any apparel order at no extra cost. This is in addition to the company’s already successful free shipping program which offers no-cost shipping on orders over $59 and free return shipping for all textbook rentals.
“We’ve already seen tremendous success with our newly offered college apparel. And starting Cyber Monday, we’ve structured it so that it becomes even more appealing to shoppers,” said Matt Montgomery, CEO of eCampus.com. “And if you’re looking to make a textbook transaction from our site that does not qualify for free shipping, you can simply add any piece of college apparel to reach a $59 total, and have the whole order shipped for free. It’s a great way to entice shoppers to check out our selection and to experience the benefits of our site.”
Typically, any textbook order on eCampus.com must reach a total of $59 to receive free shipping. Now, students with a textbook order of less than that amount can simply add an apparel item to bring the total to the $59 threshold in order to receive free shipping. So for those ordering one or more books that don’t add up to $59, it may make sense to add a Duke t-shirt or a Syracuse sweatshirt or U. of Florida gloves to the order to have the whole transaction shipped for free.
In addition to announcing the start to its free shipping for apparel program, eCampus.com is also reducing the price on a number of popular bestselling books for Cyber Monday only. On average, eCampus.com is lowering the price of more than 20 current best-sellers by more than 35%. These books include: Steve Jobs ($20.99), Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game ($9.49), The Help ($9.49), A Game of Thrones($5.99), Jack Kennedy: Elusive Hero ($16.49), and The Litigators ($17.49). These products as well as other various Cyber Monday deals provided by eCampus.com can be viewed on the eCampus.com Cyber Monday Deals page.
Since its founding in July of 1999, eCampus.com has grown into a major online retailer providing cheap textbooks for college and high school students. eCampus.com’s stated mission is to provide the easiest, fastest, and cheapest way for college and university students to rent textbooks, buy textbooks and sell textbooks. eCampus.com believes the Internet buying experience should be fun and that shopping for textbooks should be as fast and convenient as possible. The company makes a personal commitment to every customer that eCampus.com will be the best source for everything they need.